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PA Hospital offers Queensland's first Gamma Knife® for cancer patients

Princess Alexandra Hospital is the home of Queensland’s first Gamma Knife®, a non-invasive alternative to neurosurgery which uses radioactive sources to treat brain tumours.

New physio model to deliver shorter wait at the emergency department

A new service to be introduced to Redland Hospital emergency department this month will mean a shorter wait for patients with musculoskeletal conditions.

Dr Clair Sullivan

PAH advancing research into the Four-Hour NEAT Rule

PA Hospital’s (PAH) enormous investment into the Emergency Department front line may have seen it crowned the most improved in Australia for compliance with National Emergency Access Targets (NEAT); but it is a research project that now has PAH at the forefront of discussions around the four-hour rule.

Advanced care planning

Wynnum women on the ball

A group of Wynnum women are acing it on and off the court with their weekly Thursday tennis game.

The Cancer Index

A picture of cancer in Queensland

The Cancer Index, a new report showcasing a broad picture of Cancer in Queensland, has shown that Queensland mortality rates after surgery are among the best in the world.

Professor Schuetz awarded for leadership in Orthopaedics

Professor Schuetz awarded for leadership in Orthopaedics

Prof Michael Schuetz, Director and Chair in Trauma, QUT/PAH has been awarded the Australian Orthopaedic Association Research Award 2014 for his major contribution to research in the field

PAH celebrates 50 years of Social Work

PAH celebrates 50 years of Social Work

The Social Work Department at the PA Hospital celebrated its 50th Anniversary in March on World Social Day.

Lucy Sim PAH Medical Physicist with the 3D printing technology

3D printing innovation for cancer treatment

Using 3D printing technology, a PA Hospital Medical Physicist has designed an essential modification to the shielding which protects cancer patients having radiation therapy treatment.

Child smiling

Fluoride reduces tooth decay by 19%, Qld research shows

Fluoride in the water supply has significantly reduced the chance of local kids developing tooth decay, according to Queensland-first research by the Metro South Oral Health Service.